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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
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    • was approached in former times — how human thinking as a
    • face of the scientific attitude of recent times, this has
    • distinguishing them, however, we indicate at the same time how
    • matters of knowledge suited to their time, by certain
    • in ancient times in the East — the way of yoga.
    • ancient epochs and in later ones. What could, in earlier times,
    • very ancient times in the Orient by individuals who were
    • employing a length of time for inhaling, for holding the breath
    • in earlier times projected all sorts of imaginings on to
    • Because of man's constitution at that time, however, it was
    • at the same time to perceive in them all something spiritual.
    • times to be attained, indirectly, through exercises. The
    • history, who can immerse himself in these earlier times, it is
    • earlier epoch of civilization in the Orient. At that time, it
    • retire from life. In earlier times it was just such solitary
    • demands of the time shape them. The men of today just do not
    • also appropriate to earlier times — the way of
    • did lead to knowledge in earlier times, it cannot be a path for
    • discover for the first time that such a rhythm exists. Just as
    • thinking, ostensibly vital; but the present time, with its
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 2: Psychology
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    • only, but one he must carry for a time through life, so that by this
    • spirit descends into our bodily existence. At such times we
    • modern times. Yet he it was who presented the riddle of the
    • but in time. All at once, with a single glance of the soul, we
    • at the same time take their places organically within the human
    • time super-sensible being. And when we do so, our consciousness,
    • same time, as a nurse to this religious life, it provides an
    • Anyone today who wishes to advocate a philosophy for the times
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
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    • part of himself he can and will influence his time!”
    • earlier times. Not only this: when we do develop
    • thirty times, no lecture will be an exact repetition of the one
    • mind.” The spiritual visionary of ancient Oriental times
    • could take his time. What he achieved was a permanent
    • This again was not so for those in ancient times in the Orient
    • times, this was a rather dream-like vision, whereas the vision
    • nature as a whole in the course of historical times. I mean
    • times that are “historical” in the sense that they
    • spiritual world which we and our time must aspire to.
    • rather different from that of earlier times.
    • same time an inward freedom of action.
    • humanity developed through Roman times into the Middle Ages,
    • Ages, which stands at the meeting-place of earlier times and
    • time: the content of religious consciousness is beyond
    • space and time. It belongs to eternity; admittedly, it is
    • brought to birth by space and time, but we cannot approach it
    • by remaining within space and time.
    • experience a reality outside space and time. We thus experience
    • survived from ancient times as a religious element in venerable
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 4: Spiritual Geography
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    • the time when the Oriental was developing the finest part of
    • considered objectively, especially at a time when we need to
    • senses observe directly, what extends in space and time, and to
    • sense he must admit that in what extends in space and time he
    • that unfolds its causes and effects in time, the world, that
    • the times when we lived as spiritual beings in purely spiritual
    • physical, external world must not occur a second time in the
    • world, but this time from the immediate present. Our
    • I was for some long time a teacher in Socialist circles. My
    • intention was to do something for which in fact the time had
    • the right course in good time. What the soul experiences and
    • at the same time inwardly determined by and dependent on it.
    • meaning. At the same time, it must be able to perceive that
    • was produced in Central Europe at the same time as Buckle wrote
    • recall that, at a time when the physical and sensuous world,
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 5: Cosmic Memory
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    • and has been for a long time. We can say that the opinions of
    • at all times not only to approach the outside of life, but also
    • present time, observing that natural science is limited and
    • us. This is a simile, but at the same time it is more than a
    • sometimes sought by a false mystical path. I have shown
    • accounts of ancient and recent times — from which those
    • significant for our time.
    • earth. At the same time, we are aware of ourselves as men,
    • our time between religious and moral life and the natural
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 6: Individual and Society
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    • of very recent times alone. And when we try to discover why it
    • form no longer appropriate to the present time, in earlier
    • to speak, of very recent times, is also suited, as it stands,
    • on the social needs of recent times. These needs, as they are
    • times, there could exist attitudes that were more imaginal and
    • the time, we did not understand it in an intellectual
    • emerge, sometimes, with quite illusory but all the more
    • youth in our time, we also indicate the whole series of gulfs
    • our time. For just as merely intellectualized life separates us
    • time. We find, too, that only through what we achieve with an
    • socially active in recent times was Rosa Luxemburg. In personal
    • times when man believed he originated from some spiritual
    • of modern times, must pay for in the sense that our purely
    • true nature of our times, to be symptomatic. They are
    • Sometimes, today, people feel that the immediate distress of
    • very recent times, this is beginning to be understood even
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • recent times. For millions upon millions of people, the name of
    • development of recent times. What he studied were concrete
    • When we look across at the East — which, at some time in
    • still be observed today points back to times when the Orient
    • and appropriate to the culture of the time, their leaders
    • sensory activity is suspended, and he is taken back to times
    • later became — times when the moral and spiritual element
    • He thus goes back, in his spiritual vision of course, to times
    • not so in those early Oriental times, when men established
    • the instincts. Yet at the same time people could not help
    • our time by certain circles was largely realized eight
    • solely a product of our own time, but could arise eight hundred
    • time, in the sense that it reproduces what was currently felt
    • linked at the same time, however, to a particular feeling that
    • cosmology of the time; and this element then remains almost
    • impulses from ancient times. And in modem political systems,
    • we come to modern times. We can say: in earlier periods,
    • modern times (though admittedly these are only at an early
    • more modern times. In admitting that the theocratic element
    • times, we must also realize that, because other branches of
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • at the same time it can never be the business of mankind to get
    • who was the teacher and the leader was at the same time, in the
    • spiritual sphere, the priest, but also at the same time the
    • scholarship of our time has quite correctly observed that the
    • we can look beyond the mere utility that typifies our time, we
    • was accessible to the wisdom of the time. This shows that
    • humanity at that time had no awareness of the claims of
    • slavery in earlier times, and if we are willing to sift this
    • of the deficiencies of our time.
    • social order in our time was actually only decided with the
    • consequences in the social deficiencies of our time, is
    • division of labour, too, which in modern times has rightly been
    • occurred in earlier times; but in the Oriental civilizations it
    • order, whereas at one time the social system had been such that
    • because at that time man was regarded, if only instinctively,
    • leaders at that time told themselves: I must attempt to cure
    • already indicated, there was a time, not so very far behind us
    • perhaps. There must come a time, once more, when every detail
    • deficiencies of our time. From this standpoint, too, we
    • foundations that took root in the souls of men, but at a time
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • a long time, the view has been widespread that the man who is a
    • a long time now there have been laudable attempts to establish
    • founded, and at the same time that it is not fragmentary
    • party dogma; at the same time, I never encountered any
    • our time, we can see quite clearly that there are also many
    • have described as the specific force of modern times. Our
    • at the same time another shoot, which has affected the
    • time, played a much greater rôle in mankind's
    • social humanity, so to speak, at the present time; to look at
    • world of modern times; to look into his heart and his quality
    • of time is spent in describing the living conditions of these
    • times has learnt to regard the old belief in ghosts as a
    • only be realized in four or five hundred years time.” To
    • length of time, what we might otherwise intellectually suppose
    • will. It sometimes takes curious forms, this conscious
    • cannot help understanding that, in earlier times, a prince
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • time, therefore, I believe we must reckon with the democratic
    • the obstacles which, in recent times, with their
    • conditions as they really are, it will after a time reveal
    • noticed that this upward movement contained at the same time
    • for concepts of natural law. At that time, certain
    • assumed so at the time. For the state is, ultimately, no more
    • has developed in recent times, and which I need not describe,
    • the same time, however — and this must be emphasized over
    • is in control. And at the time when the modern concept of the
    • be covered by this class or the other in the timetable, they
    • available only teachers of mediocre ability. If, at a time when
    • historically legitimate for modern states, at the time when
    • formation of capital. In recent times, this has been
    • the same time you wanted to insist that they are three systems,
    • place in modern times, who would deny that these maxims contain
    • our own times, that everything must be centrally organized,
    • the economic sphere. And this not in a sentimental manner, but
    • as is almost invariably the case at the present time.
    • able to link up the present time properly with the eighteenth

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